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Welcome to Flagler Cares, the one-stop health and social care organization in Flagler County. Flagler Cares accepts clients who need support, direct assistance, and referrals to resources that can help keep them healthy and safe.

Our dedicated staff work with clients to identify needs and create solutions that address benefits, financial stability, food insecurity, healthcare access and insurance, housing insecurity/homelessness, mental health, substance use disorder, and other every-day challenges.

Flagler Cares offers a support system through a wide range of collaborative community partners to provide high-quality services, including the Flagler Village where clients can access multiple agencies in one location. Through their comprehensive knowledge, staff connect with clients to navigate the systems of support.

Flagler Cares’ services include the following:

The Coordinated Opioid Recovery (CORe) initiative consists of a group of local organizations who are dedicated to providing whole-person care for those suffering with opioid use disorder. This program will give you a real chance at recovery with support from all sides.

Flagler Cares offers an expanded Behavioral Health Program to serve those who are uninsured or underinsured in Flagler County. This program includes psychiatric evaluations, medication management, counseling, pharmacy assistance, and care coordination.

The services for this program take place at the Flagler County Village and consist of a telehealth visit as well as a visit with an in-person care coordinator. This ensures that technology does not become a barrier for services. Appointments for psychiatric services are set within three to five days which is significantly faster than the current norm.

Flagler Cares also supports access to free or low-cost medications through a Prescription Assistance Program in partnership with A Plus Pharmacy. The program is open to individuals with Medicaid coverage, individuals with very low income, and individuals without insurance or with very limited coverage.

As a part of our substance use disorder prevention efforts, Flagler Cares offers information on the safe use, storage, and disposal of unused prescription medications.

Flagler Cares can assist you with applying for or addressing issues with a variety of benefits including SNAP, Medicaid, and other government programs. We host Navigating DCF MyAccess workshops on the 1st Thursday and 3rd Tuesday of every month. Please attend a workshop if you need help accessing the DCF MyAccess site to apply or update applications for Medicaid, Medicare, and/or food stamps.

Flagler Cares staff can conduct a phone interview to gain an understanding of individuals’ needs and refer them to specific programs and services, either at Flagler Cares or available through other community organizations.

Flagler Cares can pay fees for low and very low-income Flagler County residents to get a state ID, driver’s license and/or assist with in and out of state birth certificates to secure an ID or access benefits.

Flagler Cares has a team of certified Navigators who will assist eligible consumers with enrolling in health coverage plans. This program aims to provide consumers with educational information about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and health insurance to make an informed choice based on unique and individual needs.

Our team of Navigators are trained and able to provide outreach and enrollment services in an unbiased way free of charge to anyone looking to enroll in health care coverage in the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace. We assist consumers with in-person, telephone, or virtual online enrollment services. Schedule an appointment with a Navigator near you or with a Flagler Cares certified Navigator.

Flagler Cares staff can screen individuals for disability claim eligibility and either provide advice on the process or directly assist individuals through the process if they qualify for our SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery (SOAR) program.

Flagler Cares can screen you for eligibility and connect you with state and local housing and utility assistance programs if you are at risk of eviction or are currently homeless. At this time, we do NOT have direct financial assistance for rent, utilities or deposits.

ElderSource and Flagler Cares are working together to support the Aging and Disability Vaccination Collaborative (ADVC) created by USAging and Funded by the U.S. Administration for Community Living. Our goal is to provide vaccination information, education, and vaccines. The focus is on individuals ages 60+ and individuals with disabilities but people of all ages, including children, are eligible.

Connect with us in person, online, or by phone. Click the “Get Help” button at the top of this page to complete our service request form and a staff member will reach out to you within 2 business days with follow-up information. We are open to walk-ins Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. You can also call to schedule an appointment or to request a phone screening at (386) 319-9483.

Watch our “Welcome to Flagler Cares” video to learn more about how to find our main office and what to expect when you begin your journey with Flagler Cares!

Learn more about Flagler Cares and the services we offer by viewing our Client Handbook

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